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This is how my last batch of Undercrown Sungrown Toro's smoked. Three 5 packs. First one I tried did exactly this. The remainder sat at 65% - 67% for several weeks. Tested this cigar with my HumidMeter which has been a godsend...its so good I bought a second one. Smoked this today. Measured 64% at the foot and 66% at the cap.

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What’s the humidity where your smoking? Not the cigar but the air. Sometimes boxes get thrown around during shipping and the damage is not readily visible then when you light it it swells enough to blow, my theory is the high external humidity will cause a cigar to swell up.
 

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I've had multiple Undercrown's do the same to me. They're suppossed to be greatly constructed cigars, but I've had the same issue.
 

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Its not the humidity level I'm smoking at, I smoke in my outdoor shed and its been about 45% - 50% in there. Its these shitty cigars.
 
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